Posts Tagged ‘Spruce Hill’

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

October 9, 2014  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA puts the service in rail service, Clarke to get tough on rowdy Temple students, Blackwell silent on 4224 Baltimore rezoning request, and CDR grants lukewarm approval to proposal at 27th & Girard > more

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

July 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Explaining the protracted reform of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Spruce Hill developers plan to redo devastated corner, the Roberts still bolstering South Broad Theater, foundation buckles in Cobbs Creek, PPA interested in mobile payment system, and Philly drone photography > more

A Look Inside Gilded Age Parkside

A Look Inside Gilded Age Parkside

April 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A tour of a nearly intact Victorian mansion in West Philly, two civics explore the possibility of creating improvement districts, Stotesbury Gateway to be remade, and cleaning up Clark Park > more

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

April 1, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Modern meets Victorian in Spruce Hill, anti-gentrification concerns in North Central, urbanists’ lessons from Memphis, and a Walnut Street building changes hands > more

In West Philly, Redemption For A Strip Mall

In West Philly, Redemption For A Strip Mall

November 18, 2013  |  Vantage

Our pages are filled with stories of churches being demolished and replaced with prosaic architecture. But sometimes the process reverses. In West Philly, the University City Chinese Christian Church has transformed a languishing unfinished strip mall with subtly elegant modern architecture > more